Last week we saw BlackBerry, the company formerly known as Research In Motion, unveil their new handsets, the Z10 and the Q10 along side their new mobile operating system, BlackBerry 10 OS.
The Z10 has gone on sale on it's home turf of Canada, as well as several other countries, including the UK and is expected to go on sale here in the US in late March.
Those hoping to get their hands on the more traditional looking BlackBerry, the Q10, may have to wait a little bit longer than was first reported.
Zach Epstein, writing for BGR states:
"[A]ccording to comments from company CEO Thorsten Heins [...] while speaking with the Associated Press on Tuesday, Heins said the BlackBerry Q10 will launch in the U.S. between eight and 10 weeks after the BlackBerry Z10 debuts. BlackBerry’s first BB10 smartphone is expected to hit store shelves in the U.S. in mid-March, placing the BlackBerry Q10′s launch timeframe between mid-May and early June."
Look at this way, "traditional" BlackBerry fans, we've waited this long, a few more weeks isn't going to matter much.
In the mean time, check out this video of the BlackBerry Q10 in action.